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Monitor Archive for September 9, 1988
Dukakis, Bush to square off, get closer on details. But as debate debate goes on, some experts dispute usefulness
Dukakis, Bush to square off, get closer on details. Dukakis - still trying to be candidate and governor, too
Milken: driven junk-bond king
America's Cup race leaves San Diego a city divided. Corporate sponsors rule the sea, say some fans
`World Monitor' to debut with a TV `context for world events'
School tax inequities vex Texas. Vastly divergent educational expenditures across Texas result from a public school finance system that relies on lo...
After Afghan war
The tributaries to flooding
Stretching out college bills
Solzhenitsyn: back in the USSR
The oil weapon: Could shocks of the '70s repeat themselves?
STORAGE. A place for everything and ... INTERIORS
China becoming a major moviemaker. Telluride festival shows Eastern nations gaining in world market
TV that requires - and rewards - a good listener. `Moyers' World of Ideas' proves stimulating fare
Deluged Bangladesh awaits flow of aid. As flood waters slowly recede, extent of damage becomes clearer
Disarray spreads among Britain's labor unions. Critics rap movement for `outdated behavior,' ignoring unemployed
Peasants tell of Sandinista abuse
On Africa trip, Pope will avoid Pretoria - but not its shadow
Garrison grabs US Open tennis spotlight
Cruising Hawaii: A trip as laid back as the islands themselves
Shopping guidance ...
Swedish country. What your living room needs is a wide-bellied clock, a pickled floor, and a painted chest
One golfs, the other doesn't. On one cruise, you can play while your spouse explores the Ming tombs
Ancient Egypt plus air conditioning. Eat your heart out, Tutankhamen
Good-bye, `real world,' Hello, Mayreau. Eating, snorkeling, sailing in the glorious Grenadines
San Miguel. The shopper's heart almost skips a beat
The world is your oyster. The following are not necessarily endorsements; they are merely items of interest that have recently crossed our desk. Som...
I was a model child
Brose for breakfast
CARIBBEAN IN BROOKLYN. `All of we is one'
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